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The Speeches

Schroder wants Blue Collar Net junkies
Sommer attacks EU competition regime
German IT lobby chief calls for relaxed immigration controls

The Show must go on

CeBIT - for Germany, or the World?
Exhibitors less than gruntled with CeBIT crash

CeBIT 2000 - mobile stuff

Motorola unveils phone in a watch WAP device
Ericsson demos prototype EPOC communicator
Palm plans GSM wireless access in Europe this year
MS shows GSM Pocket PC, plans games for devices
Inside Quartz: Symbian's new Palm-killer platform
Ericsson uses NatSemi WebPAD for Linux screen phone
Stowaway for Palm a $99 keyboard throwaway

CeBIT 2000 - hard and chippy stuff

CeBIT Preview: a peek through the keyhole
Stormy waters ahead for disk drive market
Ten month Flash memory drought ahead
Via downplays swift Joshua impact
Intel could be forced to go fabless - Via
Toshiba shows off wearable devices
AMD Thunderbird is go go
Who do you Voodoo 4 and 5 - 3dfx talks
Intel re-tells 1.5GHz story at CeBIT
USB 2.0 spec two, three months away
NatSemi says Transmeta, Intel no threat to Geode
AMD Athlon 600 goes on allocation
Mobo makers unenthusiastic about Camino Pine trails MP3 on CD player

CeBIT 2000 organisers pick a fight or two

CeBIT letter sets out opposition to Online media
CeBIT bans Tom's Hardware, Register
Tom's Hardware Guide: The World's largest computer show bans Online Press
FOTW: CeBIT Special (This reader's advice is almost identical to the position adopted at the last moment by CeBIT)
Register beards CeBIT spinmeisters on online press ban

CeBIT 2000 Bootnotes

Microsoft drowns out Corel ®

Top three mobile application threats

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